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    Not Long Now

    Only 4 weeks tonight until we me and Frau Ronno (and two gadgies from Skye) sail from Geordieshire




    Just a wee reminder about who's staying where and when...

    Zum Elefanten:

    Rab
    Johnny
    Whatton/Beetle
    Wully and Di
    Andi and Tracey
    Floyd and Fiona
    AndyT/Flash


    s'Froschl pub:

    Grizzly and Joyce
    Coolcarbon and Max
    Garfield and Tara
    Neil 23

    Everyone is booked in for Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights (3/4/5.09.10) The exception to this are Johnny and Rab who're also booked in at the Elefanten on the Thursday

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    Here's the webpage for the festival. The translate facility isn't brilliant but you'll get an idea of what's on and the times.

    Here

    I'm surprised that the gallery doesn't feature any pics from our trip in 2008

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    Just Back!!

    Hi folks,
    Just got back today from an 18 day tour of Germany and the Czech Republic - and it's only 4 weeks to the next trip!! - I'm getting to auld for this
    We're crossing Newcastle to Ijmuiden on Thursday 2nd and return from Ijmuiden on Monday 6th - anybody else on these sailings? - I know Andy & Tracey are using the chunnel - but what aboot the rest?

    Cheers................Grizzly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizzly View Post
    Hi folks,
    Just got back today from an 18 day tour of Germany and the Czech Republic - and it's only 4 weeks to the next trip!! - I'm getting to auld for this
    We're crossing Newcastle to Ijmuiden on Thursday 2nd and return from Ijmuiden on Monday 6th - anybody else on these sailings? - I know Andy & Tracey are using the chunnel - but what aboot the rest?

    Cheers................Grizzly
    Hi George, I'm sure Tara and Garfield are on your return ferry on the Monday

    How was your trip to Germany and C/R?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizzly View Post
    ....and return from Ijmuiden on Monday 6th - anybody else on these sailings?

    Same boat as Tara and I....

    ........only 13 sleeps.....
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    Only a couple more sleeps until we set sail from Geordieshire




    Just a wee reminder about who's staying where and when...

    Zum Elefanten:

    Rab
    G.C.
    Whatton/Beetle
    Wully and Di
    Andi and Tracey
    Floyd and Fiona
    AndyT/Flash


    s'Froschl pub:

    Grizzly and Joyce
    Coolcarbon and Max
    Garfield and Tara
    Neil 23

    Everyone is booked in for Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights (3/4/5.09.10) The exception to this are G.C. and Rab who're also booked in at the Elefanten on the Thursday and Andy T who's booked in at Gaestatte Roemerbad in the nearby village of Rheinzabern on Thursday

    Can I suggest that the folk staying at s'Froschl exchange mobi numbers? The pub is closed for the duration of the festival and it may be that the first person to arrive will be given the room keys, although I don't know for sure. Better safe than sorry etc...

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    Breakfasts

    Just a reminder about breakfasts for those staying at s'Froschl: they don't do them.

    There's a bakers shop about 300 yards away, over the railway crossing and turn left. The shop has a few tables and sells coffee, filled rolls, croissants etc. It's open from about 06.30.

    Guenter at Zum Elefanten has agreed to supply breakfasts for anyone not staying at his place. It'll be 5 or 6 Euros for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronno View Post
    Just a reminder about breakfasts for those staying at s'Froschl: they don't do them.

    There's a bakers shop about 300 yards away, over the railway crossing and turn left. The shop has a few tables and sells coffee, filled rolls, croissants etc. It's open from about 06.30.

    Guenter at Zum Elefanten has agreed to supply breakfasts for anyone not staying at his place. It'll be 5 or 6 Euros for this.



    did someone say pastry......
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    just like to say sorry to ronno that i cant make it left the bike in last thursday to fix a battery draining problem only to be told it,s the abs modulator thats gone and it,s € 1400 for just the part, talk about a sickner ,luck o, the irish me bollox. well hope ye all have a good time and dont drink to much liquids before ye go to bed, ronnie if i owe antin on the hotel let me know an i,ll sort it, have a great time lads and ride safe

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    Bike packed and ready for the off after I've had my tea

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whatton View Post
    Bike packed and ready for the off after I've had my tea
    tea won't protect you from the evils of 'The Jägër' my son. Only God can do that

    hav a good un and come back to the bar soon.

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    What an absolutely brilliant weekend.

    So I've heard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronno View Post
    What an absolutely brilliant weekend.

    So I've heard.



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    "See you in hell"


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    Quote Originally Posted by neil 23 View Post
    "See you in hell"

    I now know that means deck 2 on the DFDS ferry
    Raising a teenager is like trying to nail a piece of jelly to the wall.

    Click on this pint.... ....to go to the pub.

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